Optometry Continuing Education

Continuing Education
for Optometrists

Join thousands of optometrists around the world
who use Optocase to earn COPE credits

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Recently Added Cases

New Optometry cases are added regularly. View all cases

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New Red Eye

A 34 year old female with no past medical or ocular history presents to the eye clinic with a red left eye which has been present for the last 48 hours.

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Bump on Upper Lid

A 23 year old male presents with a lesion on his right upper lid. He first noticed the lesion 6 weeks ago.

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New Photophobia

A 24 year old previously healthy male presents to the eye clinic with symptoms of red eye, tearing, pain and photophobia in his right eye.

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2. Retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) bumps

A 42-year-old presents for the first time with complaints of having to move the computer back further to read fine print. An OCT is shown below. What do you see?

What Optometrists Say

Optocase has over 9,000 optometrist users from across North America and the world -
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“I thought the CME course on "Diabetic Macular Edema" treatment was very educational and thorough. I will take a few more courses as Indiana allows 8 hrs on-line for licensure CE.

It certainly increased my knowledge base especially the benefits / usefulness between OCT and IVFA in diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.”

“I have found OPTOCASE.COM to be a valuable resource for necessary CE credits. I have benefited from the convenience as well as content, and recommend it for busy professionals.

Cases are straightforward, objective and informative. As a doctor mom, it is my first stop for CE.”

Tracy Schroeder Swartz
OD, MS, FAAO, Dipl ABO

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